Monthly Archives: April 2011

Album Review: Chantal Kreviazuk – Colour Moving and Still (1999)


By the time Chantal Kreviazuk went into the Phase One Recording Studio in Toronto to record her second album she had married Our Lady Peace frontman Raine Maida and much of the angst and power of her debut album had … Continue reading

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Album Review: Trapeze – You Are The Music … We’re Just The Band (1972)


It took a full two years for Trapeze to release this follow up to the critically acclaimed “Medusa”. A long gap, particularly in a time where three albums over two years was a standard record deal. To put this in … Continue reading

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Album Review: Graham Bonnet – The Day I Went Mad (1999)


Regular readers of my inane drivel will be all too aware of my love/hate relationship with the voice of Graham Bonnet. Most criticise him for his completely inappropriate (for a hard rock vocalist anyway) James Dean look, but to be … Continue reading

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Album Review: Graham Bonnet – Line Up (1981)


Following his brief spell in Rainbow Graham Bonnet took full advantage of his newly acquired rock audience and put out this 1981 solo offering. ‘Line- Up’ came complete with a who’s who of guest musicians and a Rainbow coloured backdrop … Continue reading

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